LMS Diploma Course

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Intense 2 Days A Week Course

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Part Time Evening Course

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Part Time Saturday Course

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Vocal Summer Course

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London Music School Vocal Courses

At the London Music School we run a variety of unique and challenging vocal courses, from our one year BTEC National Award in Music Performance, to our own LMS Diploma in Music Composition, Performance and Production. We also offer a variety of part-time courses, and an intensive two-week Summer Course.

Our full time courses begin every year in April and October, with new part time courses starting each January, April, July and October. Enrolment is now open for our full time Diploma Courses commencing in April and October 2022.

All of our courses are unique and flexible, placing emphasis on what each individual student needs in order to develop their technical ability and practical experience as a musician. We always place emphasis on the need to perform and our students gain varied experience in solo performance, session singing, stage presence and singing in a band.

Directed by Miranda Wilford and Emilie Dollerup, vocal performers and teachers with many years of academic and performance experience, the course takes students on a rewarding journey through contemporary music education as they develop their vocal skills and confidence. Miranda and Emilie are both experienced and highly skilled in a wide range of styles, meaning that all students get the chance not only to focus on their preferred genre but also to vastly broaden their musical range.

Vocal  Subjects

All of our full time vocal courses cover the key areas of technical skill associated with singing, such as breath control, intonation, range, interval training and performance. The London Music School offers unrivalled one-to-one tuition, harmony and theory classes, and song-writing and sight-reading lessons. Full time courses include frequent participation in group workshops, improvisation workshops, recording sessions and performances, giving students the opportunity to widen their experience in live performance and recording settings, working with other musicians and vocalists